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DUE is the presentation of an entire societal transformation

  • substance control reduction

  • introduces safe legal drugs for recreation

  • mandatory drug use education for grades K-12

  • licensed drug user identification

  • legal drug dealing boosts economy

The Prescription Monitoring Program (PMP) is what happens when the U.S. Government takes control of healthcare.  Because of the PMPs in 38 states, there could be as many as 19 million citizens who cannot get treatment for a chronic medical disorder requiring a Schedule II - IV controlled substance, leaving these patients disabled.  PMP has resulted in a regression of the healthcare system in the U.S., forcing its victims to self-medicate using illegal drugs.   Thus, in the 21st century, the U.S. Government has become the deadly enemy of U.S. citizens, approaching a majority today that is compelled to "take back America".   

 For 3 years, I watched physicians as they cowered away from providing me with treatment for narcolepsy and ADHD.  Two physicians prescribed anti-depressants.  Anti-depressants do not suppress the daytime sleep attacks associated with narcolepsy.  Instead, they exacerbate the problem.   Prescribing anti-depressants for narcolepsy is drug misuse, producing the same ugly results as drug abuse.  Physicians didn't care that I might be a danger to myself and others when I drove my truck, falling asleep at the wheel.   When I mentioned this, they suggested that I surrender my driving privileges.   It's common sense that what these physicians were doing would normally be a criminal act.  Under the current mangled and twisted U.S. drug policy, prescribing the wrong drug is not a crime even if the patient dies or becomes a threat to others.  

Drug Use Education starts with sensible drug policy.  Today's drug policy is merely a theatrical event that targets decent law-abiding citizens as much as it targets those who seriously undermine common sense laws.  Every year, children, adolescents, and teenagers die because they have zero comprehension of how powerful drugs can be.  It's not much different with adults.  Whether we like it or not, we live in a drug culture.  Drugs heal but too much of a drug can have catastrophic results on the entire nation.  

Three-quarters of our planet's surface is covered by a substance that is both dangerous and yet life-giving.  It's called water.  At one time, long after our ancestors evolved from this substance, civilizations had to confront it.  It's very natural that tribes spent many years hindered by this substance when rains flooded their valleys.  It's quite certain that children and adults  fell into the water and drowned.  It's very likely that tribes protected their young by forbidding anyone to go near the stretch of water that invaded their land.

Heroes were not the ones who obeyed the laws and stayed clear of the water.  Then, like now, heroes are those who take risks.  Eventually, someone brave enough, learned to keep themselves buoyant in the water.  Today, we would be alarmed if we heard that these people who took the risk might have been punished for their crime.  What crime? They were only helping their society by doing something that is natural to man... exploring... experimenting. 

As time passed, there were those outlaws who became organized in the way they moved themselves through the water.  They could actually travel through the fluid by stroking it.  Perhaps another member of a  tribe discovered that certain types of wood floated on the surface of this fluid.  Soon, those tribes that allowed their people to experiment rather than extending rules forbidding access to the water were the progressive tribes that conquered land by moving themselves across the water.  

It is unlikely that anyone waged a war against the water.  How stupid!  It is unlikely that anyone taught their kids how to drown.  Again, how stupid!  

Sooner or later, humans incorporated the water into their lives.  They respected the tides and the currents as acts of nature that could kill their people, but they overcame their fears by teaching the children of the tribe how to swim.  

Today, we live in a world of chemical substances that are in our homes, in our air, and in our bodies.  We manufacture them to improve our health... to make other goods... to help us resolve problems.  It's absolutely and positively absurd that  we've been waging a war against these products.  It's wrong that those who take risks are punished. 

We live in a society driven by chemicals and yet we teach our kids DRUG ABUSE EDUCATION, that is, we teach our kids how to drown.  Isn't it about time we taught our kids how to swim, that is , how to use alcohol and drugs responsibly?  

Abstinence is self-deprivation.

DUE teaches our kids the right way to administer medications.  It focuses on bringing our kids into the hospitals and clinics to get a foundation of education. 



Using Alcohol & Drugs is NOT a Sport; It Must Have A Calculated Medical Value

Children with chronic disorders that require learning about drug use are less likely to use illicit drugs; those who do rarely wind up in a hospital ED. This carries through to adulthood.  The primary reason for drug abuse is lack of education.  It's impractical that everyone is going to  STEP 1: Preparation for drug use education is learning good hygiene.

STEP 2: Nutrition is an important part of healthcare.  The body needs fuel to process chemicals.  It is dangerous to use stimulants that reduce the desire to eat.  Damage to the brain and other organs can result from lack of food

STEP 3: The most important step of the drug use process is learning how to calculate doses correctly and accurately.  Many young people think that if they don't "feel" the effect of something, they need to increase the dose.  This is the way abuse begins.  If you don't feel something right away, it's because the metabolism is slow to react.  DON'T OVERDOSE.
Today, engaging in intravenous drug use can mean a sterility problem with makeshift hardware and devices that are prone to produce infections such as "cotton fever" and other less pleasant experiences.  Drug Use Education discourages such hardware and shows how infections can be avoided.

Healthcare in the US is far more deficient today than ever before.  DUE will be useful in training youth and guiding them to careers in nursing and healthcare.
Clinical research, phlebotomy, CPR, and other useful healthcare techniques will serve as the foundation of DUE.  Students will also be taught the basics of pharmacology, classes of medication, and what to do in emergency situations.  In a sense, DUE is like classwork toward an RN or LVN degree.
DUE is healthcare education.  Our vision of the future is the progression of healthcare allowing the patient to exercise greater responsibility over his or her health. This includes self-diagnosis based on testing. 

By taking over the tasks and functions performed in the provider's office,  the patient's healthcare costs will decline and the patient will be able to better understand his or her body
Students who know something about drugs always have an advantage over those who don't.  Reason? Knowledge is power.  The premise of DUE is to take away  ignorance so that controlled substances can be avoided. Today, there are a number of physicians who couldn't tell you what a white cross is, or what treatment to use for certain disorcers.
DUE is about ordinary students becoming the brains of tomorrow's world.  It forces hospitals and healthcare centers to improve their quality by becoming educational institutions within the community.

DUE allows an educational transformation by offering students courses that have value for everyday living.
The actual curriculum of DUE is still to be debated.  But one thing is certain: Drug Abuse Education we teach today is not going stop drug abuse.  We can't expect teaching the wrong way or no way at all is going to accomplish anything.  If we teach a kid the wrong way to swim, the kid is just going to learn the wrong way to swim.  He or she isn't going to learn the right way by learning the wrong way.